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Kid’s Night at Levitt Pavilion: Rocknoceros

Kid’s Night at Levitt Pavilion: Rocknoceros

One night a week of Levitt Pavilion’s free summer concert series is devoted to the little ones who walk amongst us—children. We’ll be spotlighting these weekly offerings in this space all summer long, so keep your eyes peeled—you never know where the next Raffi might come from. In addition to having a cool name, Rocknoceros […]

Girl Power!

Girl Power!

It may be the dog days of summer, but there are still some wonderful activities available for local girls and teens. Due to the overwhelming popularity of their programs earlier this summer, the Institute for Girls’ Development has added three additional opportunities in August: MIND BODY SPIRIT DANCE! August 9 – 13  The theme is […]

Positively Wicked

Positively Wicked

The Pasadena Musical Theatre Company’s Senior Company (students in grades 7 to 12) is ready for its close up! After six week of intense rehearsals, the curtain is about to rise on Positively Wicked.  Featuring music by Stephen Schwartz from Wicked, Pippin, Pocahontas and more, the play takes place at Wickett High School, where green-haired […]

Artemis Rocks!

Artemis Rocks!

Artemis Fowl II, in addition to being an Irish teenage criminal mastermind, is the protagonist of his own series of novels, written by Eoin Colfer. The seventh in the series, Artemis Fowl: The Atlantis Complex, has just been released, and Colfer is going on a whizbang tour to promote it. Instead of the usual staid […]

Happily Ever After

Happily Ever After

Happily ever after is how you might feel after 45 or so 4th, 5th and 6th graders from Pasadena, Altadena and Sierra Madre perform for you this Thursday in the 16th year of Pasadena Musical Theater’s summer program. Happily Ever After is a clever blending of Once Upon a Mattress, Beauty and the Beast and […]

Charlie Hope at Levitt

Charlie Hope at Levitt

Week six of Children’s Night at Levitt Pavilion’s free summer concert series brings us Charlie Hope, a singer-songwriter with a background in art therapy. She’s won Independent Music Awards for Best Children’s Song and Best Children’s Album, for “Frog Song” on her album I’m Me!, respectively. Also, she’s Canadian, which means she’s automatically nominated for […]

The Wedding Singer at Theatre 360

The Wedding Singer at Theatre 360

When I was growing up, The Wedding Singer was a bawdy Adam Sandler comedy. At some point it was turned into a Broadway musical, which is how this classic piece of drama has been introduced to younger generations. In fact, some of those youngins know the play so well, they’re performing it themselves with Theatre […]

Brian Vogan at Levitt

Brian Vogan at Levitt

One night a week of Levitt Pavilion’s free summer concert series is devoted to the little ones who walk amongst us—children. We’ll be spotlighting these weekly offerings in this space all summer long, so keep your eyes peeled—you never know where the next Raffi might come from. Of all the Kid’s Night performers so far, […]

Dinosaur Puppets at Levitt

Dinosaur Puppets at Levitt

One night a week of Levitt Pavilion’s free summer concert series is devoted to the little ones who walk amongst us. No, not sock gnomes, but children. We’ll be spotlighting these weekly offerings in this space all summer long, so keep your eyes peeled—you never know where the next Raffi might come from. Yes, it’s […]

Broadway Beckons

Broadway Beckons

If your kid loves musical theater and is considering making it a career, the Pasadena Musical Theater Program has two events coming up they may not want to miss. First up, PMTP executive director and Broadway veteran Ryan Scott Oliver will run an event descriptively titled Pursuing a Career in Musical Theatre: An Informative Meeting for Parents & Students. What is “the life” really like? Let Ryan set you straight. Invaluable advice from one who’s walked the walk.

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